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How to track login and logout times of domain users..??

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I'm running Windows Server 2008 Standard as a Domain Controller. Is there some way I can pull a report of the login/logout times of all the users on the domain?

What I'm after is the ability to use this data for timesheets so people don't have to remember to clock-in/out.  Any information on how to do that or tools available to accomplish this goal would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!
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